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Community Video
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this is a shot list of who i would like to meet at vloger con in san fran sisco. this just came to me watching vlogs from google earth. i think ill make some more of these in the near futrure.
Community Video
by GameHacked.com
movies
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This is a documentary about the company named Google. This is provided free by GameHacked.com
Topics: gamehacked, google, google documentary, documentary
Ourmedia
by JD Lasica
movies
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First of two parts: Dan Gillmor, author of "We the Media," speaking abou citizens journalism in the keynote address at the University of Texas's International Symposium on Online Journalism, April 8, 2005.
Topics: media, journalism, citizens journalism
Ourmedia
by JD Lasica
movies
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In this 25-minute video excerpt, author Bruce Sterling discusses "The State of the World" in a keynote talk at the South by Southwest Interactive Conference in Austin, Texas, on March 14, 2006,
Topic: bruce sterling
Community Video
movies
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Doug Engelbart and Eugene Eric Kim's joint keynote at WikiSym 2006 entitled, "The Augmented Wiki."
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Community Audio
by Group Jazz
audio
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Open Social Networks 2005 Keynote with Howard Rheingold, Joi Ito and Lisa Kimball. Susan Doherty Group Jazz http://socialnets.org/
Topic: telephone
Source: Telephone
James Boyle of Duke Law School, and Charles Nesson of the Berkman Center highlight a conference on "Reinventing Public Media in a Participatory Culture" Keynote Presentation: Reinventing the Gatekeeper - James Boyle
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Topics: James Boyle, Charles Nesson
Community Video
by Mario Sixtus / Handelsblatt.com
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Noch nie war es so leicht, ein Doppelleben zu führen: In Online-Rollenspielen wie Second Life entwerfen die Mitspieler ihre eigenen Körper und basteln sich eine neue Welt. Einige bestreiten mit den Aktivitäten ihrer dortigen Existenz sogar den Lebensunterhalt ihrer hiesigen. Andere geben sich ganz - virtuell hin oder her - dem uralten Diktat der Hormone hin. Second-Life-Bewohner Markus Breuer spricht über die Faszination der virtuellen Parellelexistenz.
Topics: second life: mmorpg, markus breuer, elektrischer reporter
Ourmedia
by Paul Allilson
movies
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Part Three of my experiment with running, video, podcasting, reflection... Here are my thoughts on a weekend series of workshops we did in the New York City Writing Project last weekend. More about the workshops, with a song by Josh Woodward, "Learn to Fly" from the Podsafe Music Network
Topics: video, podcasting, running, Writing Project, professional developement, Web 2.0, Flickr, iTunes,...
Ourmedia
by Paul Allilson
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Yet another experiment with running, video, podcasting, reflection... Here are my thoughts on a weekend series of workshops we did in the New York City Writing Project last weekend. We decided to invite teachers in the NYCWP to begin to explore three Web 2.0 tools: blogging, flickr, and podcasting. We invited teachers who were passionate about these tools to present, then we invited participants to get their hands dirty by introducing iTunes, Bloglines, del.icio.us, and more with Flickr.
Topics: video, podcasting, running, Writing Project, professional developement, Web 2.0, Flickr, iTunes,...
Podcasts
by Darren Kuropatwa, Ewan McIntosh, Miguel Guhlin and Wesley Fryer
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Is enthusiasm for web 2.0 and its potential to positively reform educational teaching methods across the globe overblown? An international audience including Darren Kuropatwa in Canada, Ewan McIntosh in Scotland, Miguel Guhlin in San Antonio, Texas, and Wesley Fryer in Lubbock, Texas, engaged in a lively discussion this evening via skype to explore these and other issues. Specifically, the questions we addressed were: Is enthusiasm in the blogsphere for web 2.0 overblown, since the realities of...
Topics: education, reform, read/write web, web 2.0
Ourmedia
by modelmotion
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A description of Web 2.0 from Wikipedia.
Topic: web 2.0
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Community Video
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the live presentation of "Piracy Is Good?", delivered by Mark Pesce on May 6th, 2005 at the Australian Film Television and Radio School in Sydney, or Hyperdistribution and the new laws of television. (end questions from audience)
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Topics: piracy, warez, bittorrent, hyperdistribution, television, future, digital media, media
Ourmedia
by Phil Leigh of Inside Digital Media
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A 30-minute audio interview with Bram Cohen, the Seattle programmer who created the seminal p2p file-sharing software BitTorrent. Webcast on Phil Leigh's "Inside Digital Media," Dec, 17, 2004.
Topics: bittorrent, bram cohen, phil leigh, file sharing, p2p
Ourmedia
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A 30-minute audio interview with Bram Cohen, the Seattle programmer who created the seminal p2p file-sharing software BitTorrent. Webcast on Phil Leigh's "Inside Digital Media."
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Topic: bittorrent
Ourmedia
by Phil Leigh
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A 30-minute audio interview with Bram Cohen, the Seattle programmer who created the seminal p2p file-sharing software BitTorrent. Webcast on Phil Leigh's "Inside Digital Media."
Topics: bittorrent, bram cohen, phil leigh, file sharing, p2p